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Spotlight on Shakespeare

Create a collaborative performance of Hamlet's 'To be or not to be' speech! Explore new styles of theatre, learn to use the Iambic Pentameter as a means of expression, and develop your own connection to a specific character from Hamlet.


Weekly on Wednesdays

Date: 1/20/2021 - 3/10/2021

Time: 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Cost: $300.00



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We believe in theatre for an inclusive world and we don't want cost to prevent you from participating in an ArtStream activity. You may request tuition assistance for any ArtStream activity. Contact us at with any questions about tuition assistance, or request assistance during the registration process.


Luke Scaros; Madeleine Regina

Luke Scaros is the assistant director for Gaithersburg Inclusive Company B. Luke earned his B.A in Theatre from Ohio Wesleyan University, and a M.F.A in Acting from Regent University. He has built a passion for teaching theatre, teaching with ArtStream as well as companies like Imagination Stage, and Chesapeake Shakespeare Company.

Madeleine Regina is a DC Based Director, Performance Artist, and Educator, whose work primarily focuses on issues of social equity. Her most recent projects include Body., a devised production about the stories our physical forms carry, which she directed for the DC Fringe Festival. In addition, she was an assistant director for Flying V’s recent devised production, Crystal Creek Motel. She is currently directing an acting showcase with Matthew Corzine Studio and is working on a small production with the Center for Adoption Support and Education, helping to tell the stories of adopted children and their families. She also teaches with Imagination Stage and Theatre Lab in addition to her directing work with ArtStream. She absolutely loves sharing a creative space with people of all backgrounds and abilities!


Online via Zoom

Zoom details will be sent with registration confirmation.

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For more information about Spotlight on Shakespeare contact our office at or 301-565-4567